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Shame on the Indian Government

Posted by te2ataria on October 19, 2015

Message to the Indian PM sent by a reader.

More Indian students killed in NZ than in any other country, without so much as a single protest

To Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India:

Will you have stayed this quiet, dead silent, if so many Indians were killed in Pakistan, you hypocrite? More steam rises from a pile of compost, than your government. How much longer do you intend to suck it up to your old colonial masters? Come on, do something! Say something! It’s high time to show if you have b*lls.

  • Mandeep Singh, 23, a culinary arts student from India. A body recovered earlier today (18 October 2015) is believed to be the Indian student who went missing last week. Mandeep Singh, 23, a culinary arts student from India, went clubbing with three flatmates last Sunday and was last seen near Viaduct Harbour about 3am.
    More “unexplained” deaths in the Darkland
  • Tarun Asthana, 25, Indian Student. In November 2013, Tarun Asthana, 25, was killed outside McDonald’s in downtown Auckland’s Queen St. He was returning from a night of clubbing with friends when he was punched and knocked to the ground, according to reports. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-24803098
  • Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25, Indian Student. In March 2011, a NZ Coroner ruled the badly decomposed body found at 90 Mile Beach three weeks earlier was  that of Indian Student Mr Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25, who was a student in Auckland.
  • Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, Indian Student. In October  2009, Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an Auckland University of Technology (AUT) student, left his Mt Albert home, Auckland, never to be seen again.
  • Charanpreet Singh Dhaliwa, 22. In November 2011, Indian man Charanpreet Singh Dhaliwal was found dead with horrendous head injuries at a west Auckland building site. Police say the 22-year-old security guard was assaulted and died from head injuries.

Numerous other Indian nationals, including about a dozen students, have been murdered in New Zealand since this blog began publishing. See blog content for more  details.

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Who Killed the Indian Student Sunil Kumar?

Posted by te2ataria on October 2, 2013

Body found on beach cremated without being positively identified?

How did the coroner establish the decomposing corpse was indeed that of the missing Indian student Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju? Is it true that they obtained DNA from his family in India? If he had a family, why didn’t they claim his body for two and a half years until it was cremated?

WAS this yet another example of shabby performance by a NZ coroner!

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Indian Student Mr Sunil Kumar Raghavaraju, 25. A NZ Coroner says the badly decomposed body found at 90 Mile Beach on February 13, 2011 was Mr Kumar.

Body found on beach cremated after lying unclaimed for two years

The body of a man found at 90 Mile Beach had to be cremated because it posed a health and safety risk after being left unclaimed in a morgue for two years, according to a coroner’s finding.

When the body of Sunil Kumar Raghava Raju, 25, was discovered on February 13, 2011 there was initially no indication who he was, Coroner Brandt Shortland said.

Mr Raju’s body was washed up in a state so decomposed, his ethnicity could not be identified.

“His skin pigmentation had deteriorated and there was just nothing that the police could find to identify him or work with.

“The cause of death was undetermined at that time, though [there was] a strong belief he at least drowned.”

Fingerprints taken from his body proved inconclusive when compared to the police database, Coroner Shortland said.

“Mr Raju had never been in trouble with the law in New Zealand, hence no match.”

On February 26 that year, police received a report of a missing 25-year-old Indian male.

Flatmates of Mr Raju, who was a student in Auckland at the time, had reported him missing when he failed to stay in contact with them.

Mr Raju had finished a course and told his flatmates that he was heading to Hamilton to look for work. However, there was no evidence as to whether he actually made it to Hamilton, Coroner Shortland said.

How he arrived at Ahipara still remains a mystery, Coroner Shortland said.

Police effectively left no stone unturned, but were unable to answer the basic questions on how Mr Raju was even in that area and the reasons why he was there, Coroner Shortland said.

“Natural conclusions formed a view that he had not been there previously.

“The fact he was washed up on 90 Mile Beach raised lots of questions with very few answers.”

Police conducted a thorough inquiry including searching missing persons’ files, fingerprint checks, inquiries with forensic dentists, shipping company records, inquiries into overboard fishermen, Interpol inquiries and searching carparks and camping grounds in the Far North – to no avail.

The initial investigation was carried out by a police officer based in the northernmost police station in the country, who “used all his resources and plugged all his contacts for any information and effectively came up blank”, Coroner Shortland said.

A subsequent post-mortem examination unearthed no evidence of pre-mortem injuries however, extensive post-mortem injuries were present which were likely to be the result of shark bites, Dr Jane Vuletic said.

“Due to the degree of decomposition present, a cause of death was not identified.”

Coroner Shortland said Mr Raju had been in the water for so long it defeated any possibility of accurately determining the cause of death.

However there were no injuries which suggested violence either before or during death.

Police also found no activity on Mr Raju’s Facebook page or with his bank balances.

On the balance of probabilities it was most likely Mr Raju drowned, Coroner Shortland said.

“He had not been in trouble with the law. There was no indication he was in conflict with other persons.

“There is no evidence to suggest he was mentally unwell or unstable. As to why he was there and how he got there remains inconclusive.”

Mr Raju’s body remained in the mortuary fridge in Auckland awaiting pick up for two years following his post-mortem examination, Coroner Shortland said.

However, “it came to a point where his body was a health and safety issue and, therefore, the process was then hastened for the purpose of disposal”.

His cremation was funded through ACC. His ashes remain in an urn until either his family claim them or directions are given as to their disposal.

By Brendan Manning – APNZ

Hundreds of people are missing in New Zealand without a trace! At least 450 people, including several Indian students, are missing in New Zealand for more than two years.

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